OK, the following link's are only mend to trap Spammers and for your information:
If you are interested how to kill spam, copy this links in to your web page:
keep Spamers busy ;o)
and again lots of rubish
make Spambot slow
my personal Spamlist
The term spam, of course, is the product manufactured by Hormel, Inc. It came to it's current meaning because of a skit by Monty Python's Flying Circus in which a group of Vikings begins singing "Spam, spam, spam, spam.." and drowning out anyone else who was trying to talk in the area.
Spam has also come to mean unsolicited commercial email (UCE) which is also known as bulk email. Spam has a much nicer ring to it, as well as being able to create nice words such as "spammer" and "spambot." Side note: The name "spam" is actually a trademark of Hormel, Inc. but they seem to not mind others using it, as long as you keep it lowercase. See http://www.spam.com/ci/ci_in.htmfor Hormel's official statement on the matter.
P.S. Spam is short for "spiced ham." :)
If that's what you want, you can hear and read the spam song